RECENTLY ON STORYOLOGICAL
In which we discuss "Sweet on the Tongue" by Roxane Gay and "Parakeets" by Kevin Brockmeier, along with, among other things: love, trauma, companionship, and the plural of abyss.
Alyssa Wong's work has been shortlisted for the Hugo, Bram Stoker, and Shirley Jackson awards. Her 2015 story, “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers,” won the Nebula and World Fantasy awards for best short story, and her 2016 story, “You Will Surely Drown Here If you Stay,” won the Locus Award for Best Novelette.
In which we discuss the classic Christmas film, KISS, KISS, BANG, BANG, along with, among other things, Pauline Kael, Lethal Weapon, Val Kilmer, and caring more than you have the capacity with which to deal.
In which we discuss, in our first holiday special of the year, the classic Christmas film, In Bruges. Also: assassins, Mrs. Maisel, cities in which one might prefer to die, the trouble with prepositions, and the planes of Star Wars.
In which, in the second of our holiday specials this year, we discuss that one film GROUNDHOG DAY, along with, among other things, ensouled vampires, magical girls, girls with cool hats, various sorts of existential despair, and also Magic Mike XXL.
In which, in honor of the holidays, we discuss that one film Home Alone. Happy 2018, you filthy animals.
In which we discuss that one episode of Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol.